Are our reproductive choices, such as when or if we decide to have children, actually our choice? In India, people are expected to have children at a young age. This affects young women’s ability to keep going to school and pursuing a career outside of their households and families!
My vision of a wellbeing economy in Nigeria encompasses several aspects of our world. A wellbeing economy in Nigeria cannot be attained while the three main problems of health, insecurity and education exist. I’ll be exploring these issues in this blog post.
This year we are bringing Global Health Night to you through a free online event. Join our expert speakers to discuss how the pandemic has brought about social inequalities and what actions we can take to move beyond building back better in a post pandemic world. Today we are sharing some thoughts on a post COVID-19 world to get you in the mood for Global Health Night 2020.
Previously interns for SOGH’s Mama and Family project, a project aimed at improving maternal and newborn health by providing support to women and infants during pregnancy and after childbirth in Southeastern Uganda, ZIn and Lynnet have now taken over as the project’s managers! Read on and find out all they have to tell us about themselves and their internship experience!
Toothbrushing is one of the first things most of us do every morning. What we don’t think about too much though is how to make this daily habit more sustainable towards achieving the SDGs in 2030. This is sooner said than done – To help you out, our Tanden Frisk team has put together a survival guide on eco-friendly oral hygiene..